VOTE! Election thread

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What will be the results of todays vote?

  • Trump wins big

    Votes: 11 14.1%
  • Trump wins small

    Votes: 12 15.4%
  • No decision by tomorrow morning

    Votes: 29 37.2%
  • Biden wins small

    Votes: 17 21.8%
  • Biden wins big

    Votes: 9 11.5%

  • Total voters
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They had Clinton by 1.7% in the popular vote in their final poll. She won the popular vote by 2%.
They also picked her to win the Electoral college.

Here is the important part "The media created a false narrative about the 2016 presidential campaign, and most polling reinforced it" Rassmussen
 

CocoCincinnati

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I wouldn't be shocked by a landslide in either direction. We have two terrible candidates who have plenty of opportunities to piss people off before election day. Biden (or his handlers) is smart enough to say little and stay hidden. Trump is incapable of keeping his mouth shut (to his extreme detriment). The debates will be interesting...the Dems can only hurt themselves by participating.
 

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I wouldn't be shocked by a landslide in either direction. We have two terrible candidates who have plenty of opportunities to piss people off before election day. Biden (or his handlers) is smart enough to say little and stay hidden. Trump is incapable of keeping his mouth shut (to his extreme detriment). The debates will be interesting...the Dems can only hurt themselves by participating.
Trump's worst political foe has always been himself. I bet the Dems try like hell to hide out the debates citing COVID and let Trump keep doing his thing
 

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This is wrong. Our current laws say that if an immigrant presents themselves in person they are allowed to seek permission for asylum. He has turned the immigration game into a for profit business

https://twitter.com/NPR/status/1296438538947497985
Why I could never vote for Trump and why I cannot understand how Christians can. We don't need scumbag shadow government breaking our laws. If he doesn't like it, get the law improved. Just how he runs businesses, pure sleaze.
 

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pokes16

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Why I could never vote for Trump and why I cannot understand how Christians can. We don't need scumbag shadow government breaking our laws. If he doesn't like it, get the law improved. Just how he runs businesses, pure sleaze.
And on the Christian comment, the obviously you are sitting out this election as no Chirstian could vote for a ticket that is pro-abortion at all stages of pregnancy. Pretty sure Baby killing and selling their parts for profit is not a Christian thing
 

steross

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Locking people away in an Hamptom Inn with armed people that will not identify themselves is the issue. The ins and out of normal immigration law is not something we are going to solve on a message board.
If you want to defend that, you can. I do not want my government to work like that.
 

steross

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And on the Christian comment, the obviously you are sitting out this election as no Chirstian could vote for a ticket that is pro-abortion at all stages of pregnancy. Pretty sure Baby killing and selling their parts for profit is not a Christian thing
There are plenty of pro-choice Christians. Heck, look at the Southern Baptists in the 1970s even they were pro-choice. This is a new find.

Treating people in need respectfully was said by Jesus himself.
 

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There are plenty of pro-choice Christians. Heck, look at the Southern Baptists in the 1970s even they were pro-choice. This is a new find.

Treating people in need respectfully was said by Jesus himself.
Sorry gonna have to disagree on the ProChoice "Christian". And Jesus said a few things about how to treat kids. Think it involved drowning yourself with a millstone...
 
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